Save money with rebate and incentive programs

Electric vehicles   

Home heating, cooling and energy-efficiency

  • Heat pumps and weatherization: Federal tax credit of up to 30% (limit of $1,500 for certain energy efficient improvements, limit of $2,000 for heat pump purchase and installation).
  • Energy efficiency upgrades such as electric panel upgrades, windows, exterior doors and insulation materials: Federal tax credits up to 30% (limits vary depending on the upgrade).
  • Weatherization services, heat pumps, and energy bill assistance for low-income households: Contact your local utility for information, or contact the local weatherization agency listed by the state Department of Commerce. 
  • Energy-efficient appliance upgrades: Look for ENERGY STAR offers or contact your local utility.
  • Coming in September 2024! Approximately 750,000 low-to-medium income households will receive a $200 rebate from their electric utility company in September 2024. Customers can contact their electric utility for information. Funding comes from the state's Climate Commitment Act.

Renewable energy incentives

Visit the Energy Savings Hub for more information regarding federal tax rebates and incentives.